Maryland district court commissioners violate ethical rules if they use marijuana for medicinal purposes, which, though legal in the state, is outlawed by the federal government, the Maryland Judicial Ethics Committee stated in an opinion this week. In a separate ...Read More »
Rapidly changing law on marijuana use and possession in Maryland, from the decriminalization of small amounts to the legalization of medical use, has left some law enforcement officers wondering what the presence or odor of marijuana means for them when ...
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OCEAN CITY — The rapidly changing landscape of marijuana decriminalization has caused “mass confusion” and legal issues in Maryland workplaces, requiring employers and employees to be aware of ongoing developments, lawyers said Friday at a panel discussion at the Maryland ...Read More »
The University of Maryland, Baltimore would become the first university in the country to offer a graduate degree in cannabis therapeutics under a proposal granted preliminary approval Tuesday by a committee of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. ...Read More »
Maryland’s first licensed medical marijuana grower may now be the first such company to be investigated for using pesticides on its plants. Three former employees of Stevensonville-based ForwardGro filed sworn affidavits last week with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission alleging the use ...Read More »
Opponents of an effort to expand the number of medical cannabis grower and processing licenses say a legislative effort to promote diversity will have the opposite effect and would likely benefit companies that already hold licenses.Read More »